George Soros

George Soros’ Connection to Google’s “Good Censor” Revealed

George Soros has become somewhat of a boogeyman in conservative circles.

He’s a near-Machiavellian figure whose only disqualification from the elusive club is his open attitude toward being known for his string-pulling.  Soros’ immense wealth is the reason for this, with the globalist wielding his checkbook with the precision of a laser beam.  He’s been called a “kingmaker” on several occasions, and for good reason.

So it comes as no surprise that George Soros’ name would come into contact with Google’s internal strife.  After all, Google is the only thing that influences people more than George Soros does…and if you can’t beat ’em, right?

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Now that the internet megalith has been outed as a fascist, political powerhouse through their “Good Censor” program, would it really surprise you to find out that Soros’ fingerprints are all over it?

Google wants to cite only the best experts in their fields in order to justify its position. Who better than liberal billionaire George Soros?

In the Google presentation, “The Good Censor,” leaked to Breitbart, the search media company cited 27 so-called “experts” for different aspects of digital freedom and online censorship. Among those experts were George Soros, a ProPublica article, New York Times editorial board member Sarah Jeong, former New Republic editor Franklin Foer, and Slate writer April Glaser. (ProPublica is one of many news entities funded by Soros. His Open Society Foundation gave at least $737,411 to the non-profit journalism group.)

Google quoted Soros in the section about transparency regarding global positions, writing: “US-based IT monopolies are already tempted to compromise themselves in order to gain entrance to these vast and fast growing markets. The dictatorial leaders in these countries may be only too happy to collaborate with them since they want to improve their methods of control over their own populations and expand their power and influence in the United States and the rest of the world.”

Soros-funded Propublica was also quoted complaining that while white supremacists and racists were not censored on the internet, feminists and anti-fascists were. The irony in this article is astounding, given that conservatives have been censored online while the left has managed to get away with most statements without repercussions.

All of these ideas that were once considered the ramblings of caffeine-addicted conspiracy theorists are seemingly coming true before our very eyes.

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